Maxwell is a lynx sealpoint. He was born June 10, 2013 and came to us from Michigan. Maxwell is a gentle soul. He is the most laid back and easygoing of all our cats.
Minkie is a mink sealpoint. He was born September 19, 2015. He is the grandson of Murphy, our original Ragdoll.
Trixie is a lilac bicolor. She was 2 1/2 years old when she had her first litter on August 19, 2016. A trait of Ragdolls is that they like people, but Trixie carries that to an extreme; she loves people. Trixie is the largest of our female breeders, weighing in at over 12 pounds.
Bella (Retired in 2020)
Bella is a female bluepoint. She is a home-grown Maples Ragdoll. Her parents were Maya and Murphy, and we loved her so much we couldn’t part with her.
Dagney is a blue mitted female. She was born February 16, 2013, and came to live with us in April of that year. All Ragdolls have blue eyes, but just take a look at hers–they’re the bluest of any cat we’ve seen!
Murphy (Retired in 2014)
Murphy is the original Maples Ragdoll! He is a sealpoint male, born November 11, 2009. He was born and bred at Dream’s Ragdolls in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We adopted him as an 8-month old kitten in July of 2010. After siring several litters, we retired Murphy in 2014 and he is now the king of our castle.
Millie (Retired in 2014)
Millie is a high mitted bicolor female who was born September 15, 2010. Her father is Dollcredable Bad Boy Sawyer, and her mother is Queen Anne’s Lace of Bakerspaw Cattery. Millie came to us as a loveable 10-week old kitten in December of 2010. She was retired in 2014 and now loves playing “aunt” to all of the newborn kittens.
Maya (Retired in 2014)
Maya, officially named Wheatcrest Wispurr of Maples, hails from Edmonton, Canada. Wheatcrest is a well respected cattery that has been around for more than twenty years. They got their start with cats from Purple Heather cattery, which is well known for being one of the earliest breeders of Ragdolls. We thank Gill Majeau for sending Maya our way and hope she enjoys her retirement from the breeding business. One of Maya’s ancestors, Wheatcrest Blue Blazer, was an International Grand Champion and was shown in Europe and Sweden.